The central issue of the world we live in is the lack of reliable data to inform policy-making.
It is a key reason that climate change remains a contentious topic for the world’s governments, despite the clear benefits of addressing the issue.
There is a reason that governments have not yet adopted climate policies in the way they should.
In the short term, climate policy is a non-issue for many countries, as they are focused on the economic, social and environmental aspects of their climate policy.
However, the economic benefits of dealing with climate change will last for decades.
The longer-term impact of climate change is likely to be more profound and will have far-reaching consequences for global politics, and economic well-being in particular.
In this article, we examine the evidence behind the idea that we need a central issue.
The evidence behind a central theme